Bruce Khula focuses his practice on appellate and complex litigation in state and federal courts, including consumer class actions, contract disputes, business torts, property matters and product liability. He was listed in Ohio Super Lawyers – Rising Stars 2009, a distinction honoring the top up-and-coming lawyers in the state.
Prior to joining the firm in 2006, Bruce was an assistant US attorney in the Cleveland office of the US Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Ohio. In this capacity, he acquired extensive experience in criminal appeals, as well as in trial and sentencing proceedings. In addition, Bruce served as law clerk to the Honorable Paul V. Niemeyer of the US Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, where he gained experience in federal constitutional law, criminal and civil procedure, immigration, commercial litigation and federal regulation.
Bruce has published and/or presented on the topics of class actions, corporate compliance in a US and global context, constitutional law, antitrust enforcement, and the history of US foreign policy.
Since 2010, Bruce has served as a magistrate for the City of North Olmsted’s Community Diversion Program, which assists youth facing legal issues as an alternative to the juvenile court system. Since 2015, Bruce has served as a board member of Maggie’s Place Ohio, Inc., a nonprofit organization that provides shelter and assistance to pregnant women and newborns.
Pro Bono Experience